I skipped ahead to Day 30 of the #Storystorm challenge–I know it doesn’t look like much but this is one of the ideas I’m planning to try to develop further. Speaking of which, now that #sketchsquall is done, it’s time to evaluate all the ideas and sketches and see which ones are worth more attention . . .
This has only a peripheral connection to the #Storystorm idea–but that’s okay. Sometimes the defining visual is elusive.
So this #Storystorm idea was supposed to be about frogs, but my pencil thought otherwise.
There was no ready image for this #Storystorm idea, so I tried an exercise instead–my adult people are terrible, lol. Too much labor for not enough result!
This borrows from an old, old story idea while tying into last month’s #Storystorm, so two birds with one . . . er . . . balloon.
I think they’re sharing secrets? I don’t know. It’s late.
I think small moments of discovery are what kids are all about.
High fantasy is a little outside my wheelhouse–this is as close as I get.
This is a pretty literal interpretation of the #Storystorm idea–maybe a cover?
I like to say this is what it’s like to be an only child, lol.